Kapton alternative polyimide film tape is wave solder and hot air leveling tape that has been coated with a high-performance silicone adhesive for safe use in printed circuit board masking, electrical wiring, semiconductor manufacturing and more. This type of tape is designed for highly stable usage at a variety of temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Its electrical, chemical, thermal, and mechanical properties make it able to withstand extreme temperatures and rugged, damaging environments. FindTape.com has the perfect polyimide tape for your unique applications.
- Printed circuit board masking
- Electrical wiring
- Semiconductor manufacturing
- Capacitor and transformer insulation
- High-temperature masking
We supply performance-grade Kapton polyimide film tape made by JVCC, Pro Tapes and more at FindTape.com. These tapes range in adhesion strength, tensile strength, thickness and operating temperature, so they're sure to include an option to match your budgets and needs. One of the most common uses for this type of tape is as a high-temperature mask for protecting printed circuit board gold finger contacts during wave soldering. We recommend JVCC Kapton Polyimide Film Tape for these applications, as they allow you clear observation of the board during processing while leaving behind no residue.
All of these tapes provide excellent resistance to acids, oils, solvents, aging, staining and water immersion. The Pro Tapes Kapton Polyimide Film Tape
is our thickest option, measuring 3.7 mils thick. It also provides the highest operating temperature maximum at 500 degrees Fahrenheit. This is a great choice for heavy-duty high-temperature masking applications, including wave soldering. You can purchase this product and other polyimide film tapes by the roll or case at FindTape.com. Each product is available in a broad range of sizes to meet your specific needs.
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